Members of Appleby Real Estate, Kilsyth & Mountain District Basketball Association (K&MDBA), Licensed Club Management, Chapel Hill Group (Builders) and other community members were welcomed to the modern and uniquely designed Club.
Club Ringwood has been open for business for the past two weeks and has been a huge success, showing the community need for such an entertainment venue. Club Ringwood offers features such as; 180 Seat Bistro, Bar, Wine Vault Lounge, Conference Facilities, Café, Tabaret Lounge, Board Room, Outdoor Lounges.
Developer Bob Appleby praised the efforts of all those involved in making the project a reality, “Club Kilsyth has contributed over $5 million into the local community over the past 10 years and we aim to do a similar thing here at Club Ringwood.”
Appleby stated that; “Our aim was to be the best community Club in Victoria, we feel we have successfully achieved this status at Club Kilsyth and will strive to do the same at Club Ringwood”.
Club Kilsyth members have reciprocal rights at Club Ringwood and are encouraged to visit the new entertainment venue. K&MDBA are encouraging members to check out their new club on the corner of Oban Road and Maroondah Hwy, Ringwood.
K&MDBA President Malcolm Allison “We are proud to be involved as the licensee of Club Ringwood and be a part of supporting the community.”
“Club Ringwood, as with Club Kilsyth, will assist us in our ventures to provide the community with the best possible basketball facilities and competition,” said Mr. Allison.
The design and standard of the Club’s facilities are fresh and stylish, decorated in chic earthy tones. The Club’s Bistro is open for lunch and dinner 7 days a week, offering a magnificent dining experience with sweeping views from our bistro across the parkland.
Business Development Manager Amanda Brown stated that the key highlights of the new Club include; “remarkable furnishings and finishing’s, quality service and friendly staff, a magnificent wine vault for that premium bottle of wine, $10 annual membership with reciprocal rights at Club Kilsyth and a superb board room for hire for informal business meetings.”
Kilsyth and Mountain District Basketball Association are proud to be the licensee for Club Ringwood and are looking forward to the continuing to support local community, including sporting clubs, fire brigades and local hospitals.
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